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January 11, 2014

The two men arrested have been in a relationship for over 10 years, the mother of one of the men told a local newspaper

In what’s a rare case in a country which has a reputation for a low crime rate, the police have arrested two Singaporean men, believed to be responsible for kidnapping a 79-year-old woman for a ransom of S$20 million.

Heng Cheng Boon, a 50-year-old credit card salesman, and 41-year-old odd-job worker Lee Sze Yong were arrested and charged on Friday for allegedly kidnapping Ng Lye Poh on Wednesday, according to local media reports.

August 1, 2012

Ugly Betty alum talks to Gay Star News about his new comedy Partners

Michael Urie has not been a regular presence on television since Ugly Betty left the air two years ago.

But the talented actor has been keeping busy in the theater and film.

He starred off Broadway in The Tempermentals and made his Broadway debut this year in How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying.

The openly gay star also co-starred in the indie film Petunia and executive produced and appeared in the documentary Thank You for Judging, both of which screened last month at LA’s Outfest Film Festival.

August 1, 2012

Steve Levitan: 'The minute it becomes our agenda, it loses some of what makes it perhaps special'

It was in the first episode of Modern Family in 2009 that gay couple Cam and Mitch introduced their adopted baby, Lily, to the world.

Since then, the couple - played by Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Eric Stonestreet - has been an integral part of the comedy's Emmy-winning formula.

Other US networks have taken notice.

This fall, Justin Bartha and Andrew Rannells star as a gay couple having a baby with the help of a surrogate mother in the NBC comedy The New Normal. And over at CBS, Michael Urie and Brandon Routh play a couple in the sitcom Partners.